How to create a DIY private zone in your backyard or garden
Have fun on a sun lounger, have a romantic dinner with someone you love or enjoy breakfast in your pajamas and swim in the morning sun – there are situations where you want to pass the garden away from the inquisitive eyes of passers-by (and neighbors). If you want your privacy, you can’t do it without a private angle. A construction to hide from prying eyes and at the same time from the sun and wind will also help the plants climb.
Choosing a plant depends on the needs of the owner and the garden – if the screen is already needed in early spring, plants such as ivy are ideal. Other “acrobats” still need some time to recover support with a dense canopy shortly afterward.
You can really relax only if the recreation area is reliably protected by curious neighbors. When creepers spread, there is no chance of prying eyes.
Clematis gives gardeners the opportunity to choose for themselves when they will admire the rich flowering, as some species bloom in spring, others in summer. In June, honeysuckle fills the air with a sweet aroma. With other perennial climbing plants, such as hydrangeas or bougainvilleas, you will have to wait longer for the desired result. Their relaxed development at an early age will help to compensate for the “high speed” leaves.
Fencing out-of-sight restrooms are, of course, the main task when designing a place, but it is equally important to hide nasty places and objects in the garden. Many gardeners have several garbage bins at the same time and usually stand closer to the exit, so they do not have to drag them all over the area to dispose of trash. These containers look bad in space. But it’s enough to hide them behind a green screen that is glued to green – and the issue has been resolved. You can do the same with a compost bin.
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